On stage in Hamilton, ON for the Tottering Biped Presenting Series at Robinson Memorial Theatre, Chester New Hall, McMaster University. Tickets can be purchased here.
Oct 21 - 8pm
Oct 22 - 8pm
Oct 23 - 2pm
Touring GTA schools October 2022 - contact us for booking availability.
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By phone: 416-686-5199 x223
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
No Big Deal is written by Michael Kras
Illustration by Claudia Davila
Rehearsal photography by Mark Clemens
Longtime friends Ariel and Grayson are working at a horrible theme park for the summer to save up for college following their high school graduation. Their plan is to be roommates and take their first steps into adulthood together. But tensions created by their increasingly different ideas of growing into manhood - and a complicated incident involving fellow employee Lucy - might be enough to threaten the stability of their friendship. Tackling timely themes of contemporary masculinity, bro culture, and consent, No Big Deal is a complex, funny, and humane new play for high school audiences that's sure to provoke urgent discussion.
Curriculum Connections: Drama, Health, Physical Education
Character Education Connections: Respect, Integrity, consent,
Themes: Identity, Equity, Toxic Masculinity, Mental Health, loneliness, friendship between men